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red mail John STRATFORD = Rebecca FOSTER
John Stratford b1780 and Rebecca Foster b1784 were my 3 x great grandparents both from Ivinghoe and were married 22 September 1805 in Ivinghoe, they had four children Sophia b1806, Thomas b1810, Susan b1814 and Edward b1816. I would appreciate any information on the parents and siblings of John STRATFORD and Rebecca FOSTER regards Michael
red mail william horwood emily heley horwood
Im looking for help with william horwood and emily horwood nee heley i think they ran the rose and crown in ivinghoe around 1860 any help would be a help Yours gratfully mark
red mail London's of Pitstone/Ivinghoe and their families
I'm researching people with the surname London from Pitstone and Ivinghoe. I'm researching any London's as well as other's married into the family. Abel LONDON married to Francisca PARTRIDGE, Abel LONDON married to Martha TUB, Abel LONDON married to Mary TURNEY (Mary was born in Cheddington and then resided in Pitstone) Abel LONDON married to Frances COLLYER, James LONDON married to Elizabeth PARSONS (Elizabeth was born in Ivinghoe and then resided in Pitstone) Henry LONDON married to Sarah PAGE (Henry was born in Mentmore and then resided in Ivinghoe, Sarah was born in Pitstone and I can not find anything about her in any records) George LONDON married to Hannah COOPER residing in Ivinghoe. John LONDON married to Mary Ann COLLYER residing in Ivinghoe. Francis Thomas London born in Pitstone married to Sarah Amy TITMARSH both died in Leoni, Jackson, MI, US. The dates of these family members are as early as 1570 and as late as 1960.
red mail Richardson family
I am looking for any information on the Richardson family who lived here in the mid-19century, possibly in a place called the Rag Pit. The earliest member known is Joseph Richardson b. about 1820 who married Eliza Seabrook in 1847.
red mail NORRIS & The King's Head
My 3xgt grandfather David Norris ran the King's Head from c1830 to 1851, and his widow took over until at least 1861. Any details of the history of this inn would be appreciated. I also have some detail of the Cross and Fountain families from this village Donald
red mail Turner, Osborn, Roe,
i am interested in the surname Turner in & around the Ivinghoe/Leighton Buzzard area within a 20 mile radius. it is for our family tree. i am especially interested in Bartholomew Turner b.c1806 who i am told was a vicar for the Church of England but i have no idea where. anyone with an interest in this surname please contact me.
red mail Herbert
Does anyone have any info on the Herbert family who lived here in the early 1700s. I believe they married into the Pettitt family. I am happy to share the info I have so far.
red mail William Collyer - Baptist Minister
Hi, has anyone come across William Collyer, Baptist Minister born in Ivinghoe c 1793? I know that William married Mary Lines in Ivinghoe around 1830 but is anyone aware if he was married before this? Any help would be very gratefully received.
red mail Collyer
Looking for info regarding Hephzibah Collyer b 1825, Ivinghoe and Charlotte Collyer b c1827 also in Ivinghoe.
red mail Warrens in Ivinghoe
I am looking for help with Warren family from Ivinghoe and surrounding areas like Slapton, Bucks. Names Jesse C Warren, Charles Warren/Elizabeth Heley, George Warren/Mary Young, James Warren/Ann Bignall

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